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There is nothing official except that it be the “whole day” (Shorter Catechism 58) which is observed and set apart as holy, which almost certainly means a 24-hour period. In the days of Jesus, for instance, a day was from sunset to sunset. In our day we do not track days in that way, but from midnight to midnight. So, that is how I generally track my Lord’s Day, beginning it at 12:00 AM Sunday morning until midnight that day. But how you track the 24 hours is not as important as the principle that it actually be 24 hours.
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